Maine Trail Finder - Search Results
|Length||5.5 miles, Network|
The Smith Trail is the nicest trail to the summit of Sawyer Mountain. It is 2.4 miles round trip and for part of the way follows the old Sawyer Mountain Road. The trail to the summit of Sawyer Mountain on the Limington side is a 3.6 miles round trip and follows the old Sawyer Mountain Road.
|Length||10.5 miles, Network|
Pleasant Mountain is southern Maine’s tallest mountain at 2,006 feet. The nearly ten mile trail network offers a variety of moderately challenging day hikes. The summits provide commanding views of the White Mountains to the west and spectacular views to the east.
|Length||3.1 miles, Network|
Roque Bluffs State Park provides visitors with a great diversity of coastal landscapes to enjoy in 274 acres on Schoppee Point. A beautiful, half-mile crescent of sand and pebbles along Englishman Bay is backed by the shallow waters of Simpson Pond.
|Length||2.3 miles, Network|
Pondicherry Park includes 66 acres of woodlands and streams in the heart of Bridgton. The woodchipped pathway leads you deep into the park where there are signs of beaver, deer, mink, pileated woodpeckers, and spotted salamanders.
|Length||1.2 miles, Network|
The Whitefield Salmon Preserve contains trails which follow the banks of the Sheepscot River, the West Branch of the Sheepscot River, and the confluence. The trails provide easy access for fishing and wildlife watching along the banks.
|Length||3.7 miles, Network|
Vaughan Woods State Park, a 160-acre park in southern Maine, is one Maine's hidden gems waiting to be discovered. Hundred year old trees tower over shady trails, and ancient streams feed the tranquil Salmon Falls River.
|Length||7.0 miles, Network|
Enjoy seven miles of easy to moderate trails to experience the beauty of south coastal Maine's diverse landscape including salt marsh, farmland, forest, and beach. Trails are available year round for hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing.